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from anthony rizzo. the cubs beat the pirates in a rout.. 14 - 4. sox vs. twins at target field: the white sox started out great.. four runs in the first including a three-run homer from a.j. pierzynski. but they couldn't hold the lead. in the ninth, the twins' jamie carroll hit the winning sacrifice fly. sox lose to minnesota 7-6. but they're still in first place in the al central. highlights from the summer olympic games in london... lake forest's matt grevers sets an olympic record in the 100- meter backstroke and wins the gold medal. american nick thoman won the silver. 17-year old missy franklin sets an american record in the women's 100-meter backstroke and wins the gold. she won just 14 minutes after swimming a qualifying heat for another race! but, the big disappointment: the u.s. men's gymnastics team. they drop from first to fifth place and fail to medal. here's a breakdown of the medal count... china has won 19 medals, including 10 gold. the u.s. has claimed 18 medals, including six gold. and japan has won 12 medals, with one gold. that's a look at sports. your live i
. only 92. but excessive heat warnings are up across the midwest as the twin cities soared to a record high this afternoon of 98. it's going to be another blistering day in chicago. their 20th 90-degree day this season already two more than an average summer. for the 4th the hottest weather outside of the deserts will be in the middle of the country, not record setting, but all above average temperatures in some cases 10 degrees above average. on the 4th there will be thunderstorms in the northeast from boston to d.c. to atlanta. in washington's case, natalie, maybe the only way to stay cool on the 4th without power without air conditioning is to head outside and stand in the rain. >> all right. mike seidel, you at least try to stay cool there in washington, d.c. thank you. >>> further west, the job of fighting fires has taken a deadly turn as a c-130 air tanker from the north carolina air national guard crashed in south dakota sunday with a crew of six. this latest tragedy adding to the toll as wildfires continued to burn in ten states. nbc's miguel almaguer went into the fire zone to
. >> 76 years. his little girls have stole the show the he has two twin daughters, myla rose, and that is his wife, a former tennis player, herself. i love he had a quote. he said as long as i wake up and she is next to me all its good. >> oh. it was good. murray played a great game. federer is just that good. >> seven. he won there seven times. >> tied sampras' record. there we are at the game doing >>> this morning on "world news now" -- mean season, the relentless summer heat wave is now to blame for nearly four dozen deaths. >>> and a powerful cold front causing at least one tornado overnight in virginia. it will bring relief, but at a major cost. it's monday, july 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning, i'm rob nelson. you may remember this woman to my left right here. >> i don't remember my name. is that a quiz. >> a test. >> a test to see how tired i am. >> coming back from vaca never easy. >> pam. peggy. >> peggy bunker. welcome back, peggy. it's bun a loeen a long time. >> i think i am paula faris. we'll get back to that o
air, and on the defense side you've struck a deal to help them market the kc-390 twin-engine tactical transport. how important is this alliance that you have with embraer air to winning in brazil? >> i am burglary is a very important -- embraer is a very important partner to us. boeing has been in brazil for about 80 years so that relationship is one that's very important for us to continue to invest in. in april we announced a broad- based agreement with embraer that includes collaboration on areas like biofuels and safety technologies. as you mentioned, recently we announced collaboration on the kt-390 medium transport aircraft. and what that represents is a growing set of collaborations between embraer and boeing all with the idea that we're long- term partners and that will help us grow in brazil and around the world. >> is it going to be a factor in helping you win the fighter competition? does industrial collaboration matter? >> certainly industrial collaboration matters. as you have mentioned the fighter competition in brazil is very important. we've offered our super hornet. w
, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00. >> twin ceremonies, california's high-speed rail, the funding promised so nice the governor signed it twice. is today's action slowing critics? but first happening now, back inside san francisco city hall where the ethic's commission hearing for suspended san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi is now underway. we are hearing now from our sources that it is ross mirkarimi's campaign manager talking right now. the person we are waiting to hear from is his wife ellana lopez. as david stevenson reported, she just arrived around 5:00 today. ellana lopez flew in to san francisco from wednesday wednesday specifically to testify that hearing. she has been in venezuela for some time now. mayor ed lee is attempting to remove ross mirkarimi from the sheriff's office. at this point we understand ellana lopez is expected to take the stand at 6:30 p.m. david stevenson is inside the room and we will be monitoring the hearing from inside the news room. we will let you know what happens in 15 minutes. >>> back to the california's high-speed rail project. $8billion for that pr
at these temperatures amazing hundreds up to the twin cities to near the pittsburgh pennsylvania tomorrow for the fourth of july forecast on thursday and friday look at the continuation of the hot weather. he'd indices it dangerous tomorrow over 105 degrees rainfall this weekend and more later on. >> dangers of fireworks on full display. take a look. fireworks safety demonstration in mount prospect did not go off as planned shooting into a crowd of media and officials injuring director of illinois fire safety alliance burned on the foot taken to the hospital fire officials say an accident when people set off fireworks and sparklers. fire officials said you should really leave the fireworks to the professionals this fourth of july with the dry conditions we have been happening tomorrow the fourth of july city of chicago has cancelled a fireworks display go to navy pier for display tomorrow night at 9:00. all active members of the military can't ride the ferris wheel for free tomorrow. the city of evanston getting ready for fourth of july parade resident staking out their spots for the celebration claime
across much of the south from texas to florida. showers around chicago, des moines and the twin cities. flooding downpours in the four corners of the southwest. >>> warming up in the pacific northwest. 85 in portland. triple digits in phoenix. 90s from dallas to atlanta. mostly 80s from omaha over to new york. >>> and now to another major story this morning. six americans, service members, have been killed in a particularly violent day in eastern afghanistan. 16 civilians and five afghan policemen were also killed sunday. civilians included women and children. and secretary of state hillary clinton announced that nations have pledged $16 billion in civilian aid for afghanistan. uh but for the first time there is a string attached to the afghan government must reduce corruption to receive all that money. clinton also talked about the uprising in syria saying the regime's days are numbered. >>> a battle could be looming between president obama and lawmakers over tax cuts. later today the president will call for a one-year extension of the bush tax cuts for individuals making less than $2
at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. i am so jealous. >>> they were running for cover at the rangers twins game in arlington. >> both sprinting off the field after a lightening strike. the game was delayed after the storm. the rangers won 4-3 in 13 innings. >> the time now 38 minutes after the hour. coming up a mayor under fire. he has slashed worker's salaries to just the minimum wage. he said it's to save the city. is it okay or is it over the line. >> a high wire act gone wrong. a major miss step sends this guy plummeting to the ground. >> last chance to answer the question of the day. are single sex classrooms destructive or productive. we will see it on the e-mails next. >> 42 after the hour. making humid lines overseas first to russia storms are blamed for 171 deaths. torrential rains dumping up to a foot of water. next egypt, new president mohammed more see defying military generals ordering parliament back to work. parliament which includes muslim brotherhood was disbanded last month after a court ruling. finally in pap leona, spain three more people reportedly gored during the running
in duffel bags. after 9/11, spider-man pulled a trailer with a helicopter with a web between the twin towers. christian bale released a statement, words can't express the horror that i feel. my heart goes out to them. i can't begin the pain and the grief of the victims and their loved ones. something interesting, warner brothers has decided to cancel the big premieres with the stars of the movies, they'll go ahead for special screenings for their promotional winners. and invited guests. >>> now, for a check of the other stories making headlines this morning, let's head over to ron claiborne. ron, good morning. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with syria and the growing civil war in that country. syrian rebels have launched an assault on aleppo the country's largest city. this comes after a week of intense fighting of the capital damascus that put the government on the defensive. antigovernment forces have taken control of four border crossings with iraq and turkey. >>> the air force instructor convicted of rape has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. he'll be dishonorably discharged. a
, twin peaks boulevard. every famous cue has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them, with the lexus is performance line, featuring the is 250. real performance demands real precision. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>neil: usually republicans get the mainstream media as being obstructionist and how do they play democrats bragging pushing this country to the drink? democratic leaders have just marked their line in the budget sand. >> if we cannot get a good deal, a balanced deal, that calls on the wealthy to pay their fair share i will absolutely continue this debate into 2013 rare than lock in a long-term deal this year to throw middle class families under the bus. >>neil: so republicans commit themselves to raising taxes or democrats will commit themselves to risking shutting down the government and letting all the bush tax rates expire. to pat caddell who says it is a losing game and a bad plan. but they will risk it. >>pat: it depends on how the republicans play it. because they have been given, let me tell you how i would play it, there is a division between
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's determined to get home to tear care of her little twins. her remarkable recovery ahead this hour. >>> we start with the olympics and security concerns. hundreds of athletes starting to arrive in london today for the games less than two weeks to go. and now we're hearing that a security firm cast with making sure that the athletes and thousands of spectators are safe has fallen short. dan joins me from london. appreciate it. so dan, this comes down -- >> absolutely, yeah, this is fast turning into -- sorry, go ahead. >> this comes down to a private contractor. they were tasked with providing security for the games, so what's the concern now? where did they fall short? >> well, they basically haven't been able to guarantee the number of guards that they were contracted to provide at various different olympic sites. we're going to turn up on time. we haven't quite drilled down to the bottom of exactly why that is but we're told it's something to do with scheduling problems with software problems, basically that they can't insure that the people they trained will turn up at the right place o
, and he is very devoted to her family and she has -- her husband is murdered and her twin sons are murdered, so she has been forced to take over the family business, which is the cartel of mexico, and she was very successful, he is a very successful businesswoman. >> and her business is? >> her business is drugs. >> rose: and when she sees somebody else in her business she wants their business as well? >> if they are very, very good, yes. >> rose: and then along comes dennis. >> oh, yes. >> well, let's see. den space duplicitous, crooked dea agent and he has his own agenda, and he is on both sides of the fence. he is serving the mention cab cartel, mexican cartel as well as the u.s. government and these young guys that have this very successful marijuana business, and, you know, my take on savages is it is really, how far would you go for someone that you love? how savage would you get for someone you love? because .. each of these characters have someone they deeply care about, and dennis is in a situation with his wife and kids, it is also justified for his ill behavior, but
, a new mom with twins was in cretical condition with a flesh eating bacteria, but lawna kirkendoll has made incredible progress. she spoke to elizabeth cohen who joins us live. elizabeth, obviously, a happy day for this mother and her whole family. what did she tell you? >> she told us, poppy, that she is feeling great. she is so excited to go home. i got to interview her and i asked her, what was your lowest moments? she said there weren't many low moments although there were sometimes a few. >> sometimes i cried over, you know, the fact that i'm sick, sometimes i cry over missing the babies. sometimes i have cried over knowing that life will never be like, i guess, i had always thought it would be. but it will still be a good life. >> now, her doctors told us that her recovery, her full recovery won't be quick. it will be a matter of at least many months. poppy. >> do we have any sense of when she's going to g to go home? >> you know, they said soon. one of the doctors actually said tomorrow. so some time this week is probably the best estimation. >> you know, i had heard that it was
running at the twins/rangers game in arlington, texas, yesterday. the boom was so loud, it actually shook the television cameras. the game was held up by rain for 46 minutes. welcome back to "cbs this morning." you feel that one in your bones. >> like incoming fire, didn't it? >>> there's a surprising development this morning in the case of natalie wood. the investigation was reopened eight months ago, 30 years after she died off the coast of los angeles. as bill whitaker reports, the l.a. coroner's office changed the cause of death from accident to undetermined. >> it's one of hollywood's most enduring mysteries, what really happened the night actress natalie wood drowned while boating off catalina island. >> if you don't like this has been changed to undetermined or unresolved, that means it's not over. >> it was thanksgiving weekend 1981. wood and her husband, actor robert wagner, were enjoying the holiday on board the "splendour" with friend and fellow actor, christopher walken. at daylight, wood's body was found floating in the water. investigators called it an accident. speculating
mayor, rupert murdoch, ronnie wood, murray's girlfriend, federer's twin, pippa and kate, who has been following and feeling every tense moment of the action. >> i do not like -- it's the most amazing thing. >> reporter: in the end, a british victory was not to be. the emotion for virtually everyone cheering him on. >> the support has been incredible. thank you. >> reporter: and for the women, it was serena williams beating back injuries and her polish opponent to claim her fifth victory matching sister venus's wimbledon record and becoming the first woman in her 30s to win since martina navratilova in 19 90. williams sisters grabbed the doubles victory. next, olympics right here at wimbledon, now just days away. it's interesting for both men's and women's you had a 30-year-old player beating one in their 20s. speaking of 30 years old if you wonder why prince william was not present at this moment, he chose a different sport. he went surfing with his brother in the freezing cold waters off the southwest coast. savannah. >> he missed a good match. thank you so much. >> did you watch? it
be based strictly on objective economic contributions and guided by the twin mandates of full employment. the unintended consequences of this bill would be to open the federal reserve to political influence and that would have a negative impact on the fed's independence and its ability to produce sound economic policy. i urge a strong bipartisan no vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. issa: it's now my honor to yield one minute to the gentleman from texas, mr. farenthold. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. farenthold: thank you, mr. chairman. you know, the constitution grants us the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof and we've delegated this to the fed. unfortunately we've ta tied our hands behind our back with respect to seeing what they're doing and it's our duty to conduct oversight. a moment ago mr. frank said the audit was just fist pounding and chest pounding. i disagree. it's the first step, it's us doing our homework to determine what needs to be done to reform the fed. cha
heartland and soil of the united states of america. the twin towers, the pentagon. 2001, we had a spike in unemployment, and our economy went in the tank. between that time, though, i think americans should realize that we didn't have exactly everything we wanted in terms of job growth, but unemployment between 2002 and the middle of 2007 actually averaged between 4.5% unemployment and 6% unemployment. we weren't happy with that then, but wouldn't we love to have that level of unemployment now, rather than the 8-point % and the over -- 8.2% and the over 8% we've sustained for 40 straight weeks. americans need to remember, this doesn't have to be the case, the 8.2%. as late as october of 2007 the unemployment rate in this country was 4.4%. we can do that again, but we will not do it again with the failed policies that the president and his party have been imposing on our country during their entire stewardship. the senator from missouri mentioned 8% or higher and the effective rate is 11% if everybody that had left the job force came back in and tried to get a job. actually the unemploy
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, monza. mile 7, highway 1. wehrseifen, nurburgring. the horseshoe, twin peaks boulevard. every famous cue has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them, with the lexus is performance line, featuring the is 250. real performance demands real precision. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> eric: some quick headlines. hsbc executives will be on capitol hill responding to allegations that the company's affiliates did business with firms linked to terrorism. the senate report says they exposed the u.s. to money from drug lords in mexico. >>> customers in a drugstore point have a dress code. you heard of no shirt, no shoes, no service. in this case, it's no sunglasses, no hoodies allowed. cornerstone drugstore says wearing these items looks suspicious and are banned after two robberies in the area. >> gretchen: identity thieves are roving the internet to steal your information and the consequences could be deadly to your credit. >> steve: joining us to explain how we're making it so much easier for hackers and how to stop it, personal finance expert, vera gibbons. last week
made her whole campaign platform that i was 37 years young, had twins and she would spit out the word infant because i had just given birth to our third child you can be a member of congress and good mother and you just can't be both at the same time. >> an issue that is raised with candidates. >> one of the things i wanted to raise, i am fi class is half full kind of person also but think about it when men are also inherently very intelligent and if you look and see what happens when your interoffice with purpose will look back and say why would i want to do that? i go back and look at the 2008 campaign. if you are hillary clinton and you have people talking about your cleavage or you are sarah palin and have people saying how are you going to be vice president when you have so many children do you want to run and i mean, how often is a male candidate running and you hear members of the media say look at that fat belly and comb over. it never happens. [laughter] have you ever seen that happen? it doesn't happen. >> you think it -- >> but you don't say it. when it is the female candid
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. and they were running for cover at the rangers-twins game in arlington. >> lightning. >> wow! >> sprinting off the field after a lightning strike and the game was delayed 45 minutes because of a storm and the rangers won 4-3 in 13 innings. is there a cool way to act in the middle of a lightning storm? >> never. got to run for cover. you have to know where it's coming from. >> it's every man for himself. >> let's go over to the couch. you have some exciting stuff going on, right? >> go. >> mario chalmers is here. very nice with support. >> he's a fellow jayhawk and went to a alma mater, the university of kansas. jayhawk. go, k.u. >> nice to see you. >> as a world champion, what feels different right now? >> nothing. >> the team falls short a year ago, they feel like the world is crushing on them and then you get that all reversed. >> yeah, you know, last year we went through a lot of hard times with the dallas series but we won this year and we accomplished our goal and we're happy and enjoying it right now. >> four games in a row after dropping the first game but everyone behind you a
. bush as the keynote speaker at our annual conference a few years ago. she was introduced by her twin daughters, also great women leaders, who gave one of the most touching internet -- introductions i have never heard. they painted a full picture of their mother and reminded us all of the roles women balance every day in ways that are remarkable. as they did, i want to present to you a woman leader of great depth and accomplishment, but a woman who is also a wife, mother, and friend to all of us in this room who fight for equality and dignity for women all over the world. mrs. lara bush. -- mrs. laura bush. [applause] >> thank you. i am very happy to be with you at this conference. i am glad you are meeting in our beautiful capital city. i hope you enjoyed your time in washington. i am especially glad to be with you to mark the progress made and look forward to an even greater response to hiv-aids. helene, you are the perfect moderator for a session on leadership. thank you for your leadership in care and a life-saving work. we just heard for a leader that i admire very much. her cour
the state. if you look, madam president, in southeastern utah near twin falls, the wolferine energy creek farm, it covers about 5,000 acres and pays royalties to 30 different landowners. in 2011 idaho's installed wind capacity grew by nearly 75%. that growth created hundreds of temporary construction jobs as well as permanent jobs in operation maintenance of these facilities. another number, right now idaho's wind sources provide power for nearly 160,000 homes without releasing the nearly 1.1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide that traditional power sources would. wind supports close to 500 jobs in the state of idaho, jobs that wouldn't exist if the wind industry had not been enticed to invest in idaho because of the production tax credit, the p.t.c. and wind energy projects are an investment in local and state economies. wind energy producers provide nearly $2.5 million to the state in property tax payments every year and over $2 million annually in land lease payments to local idahoans who invest that money back into their local communities. those are real dollars that these communit
-- twinning divide between wall street and main street, and you touched on it previously in answering mr. sherman's question, there's a lot to be done for those individuals who are underwater in mortgages and that whole area. and i believe we did the right thing when we did talk, but there's a lot of questions out in with reference to -- here's what main street says. you helped out others. what happens to in the? why can't i get a hand up, a lift up? recently i saw in the new york times there was somewhere out of the box type proposals, one of which were governments have used the legal doctrine of imminent domain and people looked at it generally in real estate on property, but using imminent domain to purchase underwater mortgages at a fair market value, thenork with private investors to reissue new mortgages with smaller balances to homeowners and home owners would no longer be underwater and would be able to repair their credit lating so not likely to default, and new investors would be repaid, and the taxpayers won't be involved, won't be anything added to the budget. so my first que
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